THIS beautiful actress replaces Avneet Kaur in ‘Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga’

Ashi Singh to play the role of Yasmina in Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga.

It’s hardly been a couple of days since the shoot of TV shows resumed and we have already witnessed some major changes as far as the shooting is concerned. The biggest change we have just learnt is popular TV actress Avneet Kaur has decided to walk out of TV serial Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hi Hoga.

Yes, you read that right! If anything to by the latest report, Ashi Singh — who gained fame and recognition as Naina in ‘Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai — will now portray the role of Yasmin essayed by Avneet Kaur. The popular actress reportedly quit the show due to health reasons.

Speaking about the role of Yasmin in Aladdin, Ashi Singh said that she strives to play different roles on the screen after having portrayed the role of Naina. She went on to say that she had never imagined one day she would be a part of a fantasy show.

When Ashi was approached to play Yasmin in Aladdin, she did no think of anything else. It would be for the first time Ashi Singh will be seen performing action on screen. She also said she will leave no stone unturned to play the part convincingly and the challenge involved in it is another reason that prompted her to take it up.

Speaking about replacing popular TV actress Avneet Kaur in Aladdin, Ashi said she actually never wanted to replace anyone since it becomes hard to keep up with the benchmark set by the original actor, however, she said how the three-month break might work in her favour as the audience will find it easier to accept a new face.

Revealing the reason behind leaving Aladdin, Avneet Kaur said she has decided to quit the show because of Coronavirus crisis.

“I suffered from dengue last year, but resumed work despite my immunity not being strong. There was the stress of preparing for my board exams, too, at that time. It made me really weak. So, I am scared of resuming shoots at the moment. My parents and I decided that it’s better for me to quit. I am sad, but health comes first,” Avneet was quoted as saying to The Times of India.

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